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Aquaporin-1 in the peritoneal membrane: implications for peritoneal dialysis and endothelial cell function.

Bibliographic reference Devuyst, Olivier ; Ni, Jie ; Verbavatz, Jean-Marc. Aquaporin-1 in the peritoneal membrane: implications for peritoneal dialysis and endothelial cell function.. In: Biology of the cell / under the auspices of the European Cell Biology Organization, Vol. 97, no. 9, p. 667-73 (2005)
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